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​Transactional Law Clinics Program

The Transactional Law Clinics Program (TLCP), which consists of the Community Enterprise ClinicEntrepreneurship Clinic, and the International Transactions Clinic provides legal assistance to startups, nonprofits, community-based organizations, small businesses, entrepreneurs and social enterprises. 

The TLCP offers a range of transactional legal services including:

  • entity formation
  • structuring and governance
  • advising on corporate fundraising and financing issues
  • counseling on intellectual property matters
  • drafting commercial contracts
  • advising on real estate and land use matters
  • advising on employment law issues 

The TLCP provides Michigan law students with the opportunity to develop the skills needed to be competent and effective transactional attorney including:

  • client intake
  • client interviewing
  • client matter and project planning
  • client counseling
  • contract drafting
  • strong oral and written communication
  • ethical legal practice
  • cross cultural lawyering
  • reflective lawyering

Students interested in bidding for the Entrepreneurship Clinic and the Community Enterprise Clinic must bid through the Transactional Law Clinics Program. Students will be assigned to a transactional clinic based on experience, interest, and client need.